Remember the "Ground Zero" mosque—the controversial community and prayer center that will probably never have enough money to be built a couple of blocks from the World Trade Center site? Don't think just because the project is financially stalled that it ain't gonna happen—the Christian Action Network is making sure Americans know that this is still a threat. The group, which states its mission as "protecting America's religious and moral heritage," is releasing a documentary called Sacrificed Survivors: The Untold Story of the Ground Zero Mega-Mosque. And they've rallied the relatives of 9/11 victims to the cause.

At a press conference following a screening of the film yesterday in Washington, D.C., some families of the victims explained their objection to the Park51 project. "They have a legal right to build there. What we are talking about is the moral right," said Alice Hoagland, whose son, Mark Bingham, was part of the group of passengers who fought back on United Flight 93. "We are asking that they show us the respect and build someplace else." Other relatives of the victims spoke out, but perhaps the best quote came from Rep. Allen West (R-Fla.), who hosted the screening.

According to the Daily News, West described the project as "multiculturalism on steroids... If 10 years or 9 years after Pearl Harbor, the county of Japan had come to the United States of America and said, 'We want to erect a memorial to Japanese naval seamanship at Pearl Harbor,' what would we have said?" Following the premise of that analogy, one wonders why Bloomberg is letting these Muslim citizens build their terrorist memorial near 9/11ville?!

On Sunday, a group of mosque opponents will gather to protest at the location, just like last year, when one demonstrator burned a Koran. And here's the trailer for Sacrificed Survivors, which will be screened in NYC through next week. We'd love to tell you where, but The Christian Action Network really needs to update their website, or the terrorists have one.